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No. 346 [Reply]


huh, no thanks.


Nice bait


I don’t find MLP interesting or intriguing in the slightest, but given that you spent time on this, good work. If idle time is spent creating something to make us feel good at no expense to others, no harm done, all good.

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No. 325 [Reply]

Can we talk about audio that hits different? Can be music or not music. Just recently listened to all six hours of Everywhere at the End of Time, an album dedicated to the various stages of Alzheimer's/dementia. Absolutely ruthless and heartbreaking.

>Part six is without description.
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>>this whole thread except OP
OK, this is all well and good, except useless unless you at least mention the name of what you're referencing. And even if you do, you still need to express what's so interesting about it.


Very interesting, I had no idea. I'll have to check out those playlsits and listen to them. I guess I'm going to have to look into more of his work, not only the links you provided. Thank you.



It's in the meme… maybe don't call me out like that? :/ Why did you have to word this so rudely?



Also… I wrote about it in the original post… literally what


I think >>343 misread >>341. >>325 was called out as an example for >>329, >>332, >>333, >>335, >>337 to follow: saying the artist, the title, and a description. >>329, >>332, >>333, >>337 don't name what they point to; >>335 mentions the soundtrack to a certain game, so a reader might be able to find it, but it's sufficient as a name only if it doesn't have an explicit name. >>329, >>335, >>337 don't describe what they point to.
I won't say whether >>341 has a medical condition whose some aspects some persons misconstrue as rudeness. To avoid misunderstanding, generally understandable literarities are preferred; describing an inference in a quote, then describing an inference, is not generally understandable.
Regina Spektor's 2001 song titled ``Pavlov's Daughter'' is about your downstairs neighbor listening to you: take out your garbage, have sex with your girlfriend, have sex with yourself, go to sleep—at which time they get bored and go to sleep too. The music suggests that they are masturbating while listening to your every move. But it's from their perspective: very sensual. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

No. 163 [Reply]

When it feels so wrong but it feels so right
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Well that sure was an interesting listen.


>Britney Spears
I'll always have a soft spot for her. May sound cliché, but she caused my very first hard-on. I've always really liked Sometimes and Lucky. However, I would have to say Toxic would be my third after those two.


Dude Britney Spears is great, her production is so good and damn catchy. It’s a shame she’s effectively held hostage by her Dad legally


Am I the only one here who enjoys Daler Mehndi?


Simultaneously one of the best and memeiest tracks I've ever heard. :D

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No. 312 [Reply]

Post some smooth album covers… This Dean Martin album looks effortlessly cool


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No. 307 [Reply]

Post anything related to music that disappoints you.

Vio-lence hasn't recorded anything in over 20 years and we were promised an EP with 5 original songs next year. But instead of revealing any original music, they just put out a cover of the Dead Kennedys. I was excepting cooler stuff.


Perhaps it's a bit different from what OP expects people to put here, but for me, it's Loveless. Not in a sense that I felt disappointed about it when I first had listned to it - it actually used to be one of my favourite albums for a long time - but because all my emotional attachment to this album is gone. When I listen to it now, even though I still feel impressed by its guitar textures, tonal overlaying etc., it does nothing for me anymore. And I just can't help feeling disappointed about it.

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What do you listen to you on your morning/night commute?

When I'm at work I tend to listen to calm, serene things that help me concentrate.

On the way though, I listen to mathcore, happy hardcore, and trash metal to hype me up and help me get awake.

The Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza is coffee for yer ears.
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When I'm at home, I usually listen to 70's Rock (Mostly Hawkwind). On long trips though I like to throw in some of Yuji Ohno's Jazz tracks.



Hm, since my commute is fairly short (less than 30 mins) I figured out I don't have enough time to listen to a full album properly so I just switched to podcast. And those have worked pretty well to me so far. But now that I've remembered about videogame ost I usually listen to those since I can just listen to few tracks and be satisfied. My personal go to's are mainly these two:


Eurobeat is pretty good yeah, I like listening to it as a guily pleasure or for when I need a mood boost. Also your english is pretty good, ngl.


There’s a live version of Therefore I am that is absolutely godly

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No. 120 [Reply]

let's talk about jazz.

these days i mostly listen to '60s avant-garde & spiritual jazz, but i just started reading "Footprints", the biography on Wayne Shorter, and I've been rediscovering his discography while I read through it. He's quickly becoming one of my favorite personalities in jazz.
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One of my favorite Jazz records. It's a great entry point for fans for Rock, Metal and experimental music.






I've recently been listening to modern jazz guitarists like Rosenwinkel, Ben Monder and Peter Bernstein. What others do you recommend I listen to? (Especially if they are Japanese)

No. 32 [Reply]

Post sad music, depressive music, emotional music, no matter the genre, how well known they are or anything else.
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Let's dance.





No. 112 [Reply]

Post your favorite J-Pop or other Japanese music.
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No. 283 [Reply]

Just wanted to remind you guys that canterbury progressive rock is the peak of music and will never be topped.
Also krautrock is pretty good yeah.

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